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Take suitable action for withdrawal of Assembly resolution against scribes: CM told

K.C. Venugopal, All-India Congress Committee general secretary and Karnataka in-charge, has asked Chief Minister Siddaramaiah to take suitable action for withdrawal of the Karnataka Legislative Assemb...
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Presidential elections is battle of ideology, principles: Sonia

Sonia Gandhi is one of Ms. Kumar’s proposers in one set of nomination papers, sources said.
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GJM supporters set ablaze GTA office, ransack panchayat office

A day after violence returned to the Darjeeling hills, Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) supporters set ablaze an office of the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA) on day 14 of the indefinite shut...
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#NotInMyName protests spring up across the country

Concerned about the recent spate of violent attacks targeting Muslims, citizens have organised a protest march in various cities on Wednesday.The protest originates in the #NotInMyName campaign that s...
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How to link Aadhaar with PAN

The government has made it mandatory to link existing Aadhaar numbers with PAN of taxpayers with effect from July 1, 2017. The revenue department has stated that “every person who has been allotted PA...
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GST impact: Kannada cine goers have to pay more from July 1

Entertainment tax exemption will cease to exist under the new tax regime
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China justifies construction of road in Sikkim sector

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said the Sikkim segment of the China-India border was recognised by both China and India
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Opposition's presidential candidate Meira Kumar files nomination

Congress president Sonia Gandhi, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh were present on the occasion.
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Facebook to remind you to enroll on voters’ list

The Election Commission of India has joined hands with Facebook to remind Indian voters to register themselves on the electoral rolls. Facebook will activate a unique ‘Register Now’ button for its Ind...
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Loknath Behera to return as Kerala Police chief

Loknath Behera is currently the Director of Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau
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Stay on cattle slaughter notification extended

The Madras High Court Bench here on Wednesday extended by four weeks the interim stay imposed by it last month on the operation of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Regulations of Livestock Markets) R...
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Haryana’s praise of veil sparks row

Reacting to a photo caption in a Haryana government magazine, Opposition charges Khattar government with promoting regressive mindset.
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It’s official: Aadhaar-PAN linking is a must from July 1

There are over 25 crore PAN cardholders in the country while Aadhaar has been issued to 111 crore people.
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Modi returns from three-nation tour

The Prime Minister visited Portugal, U.S. and the Netherlands.
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First batch of pilgrims leaves for Amarnath

Authorities have heightened security for the 40-day long Yatra because of intelligence inputs that militants might attempt to disrupt it.
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Petya cyber attack hits operations at Mumbai port

The container pile-up worsening, says JNPT chairman.
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Sabarimala temple fete from today

The Utsavabali ritual will be performed at the temple after the Utchapuja on all days from June 29 to July 6.
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Posters put up by OPS faction damaged

Former Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam to visit Thanjavur today
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Nestle, Reliance milk powder has chemicals, claims TN Minister

‘Decision on banning product will be taken after consulting CM, Health Secy.’
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Real estate boom likely with Smart city status

Realtors are of the opinion that Karimnagar will be the most happening place
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Law sought to regulate school fee

Telangana Parents Association president Nagati Narayana has demanded that the State Government enact a comprehensive legislation to regulate fee in private schools and also ensure strict enforcement o...
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Telangana urges Centre to reintroduce funding to mandal and zilla parishads

Jupally takes up the issue at Panchayat Raj Ministers’ meeting in Bhopal
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NCERT textbooks riddled with gender stereotypes: Study

Analysis of classes 2 to 5 books shows there is gender division in terms of labour
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Textile merchants down shutters against GST

To observe June 30 as ‘black day’; small-time vendors will be hit, they fear
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Young Dhoni fan goes missing, traced in Samalkota

Bhuvana Sai wanted to win matches for India
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Khuntia asked to submit action taken report

S. Murthy, Secretary (in charge), Karnataka Legislative Assembly, has sought a report from Subhash Chandra Khuntia, Chief Secretary to the government, about the steps taken by the government to carry ...
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No ‘Divya Darshan’ for pilgrims during weekends?

TTD mulling over several options to strike a balance among diverse sections of devotees
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Medical admissions: ‘OCI students will be treated under NRI categoty’

Government to amend rule
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RINL to probe ‘bloomers’ in MT question papers

Aspirants for the coveted post allege repetition of questions
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13 Uttara Kannada farmers now hopeful of getting tractor loan

Thirteen farmers in Uttara Kannada district, who have been struggling to get tractor loans sanctioned from nine months because of the alleged personal vengeance of their MLC against a tractor dealer, ...
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CM reviews health scenario in tribal belt

Announces release of ₹105 cr. towards water supply
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Kamineni to visit Agency areas today

‘Doctors will be deployed to work in the affected areas on rotation basis’
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ZP chief breaks down on seeing pregnant women’s plight

Anuradha upset over denial of transport facility to patients
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Penumaka public hearing ends on a noisy note

Villagers leave as officials refuse to record oral objections over land acquisition
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Government plans air ambulance service to meet emergency needs

District Collectors have been asked to identify spots where helicopters can land
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Race for State police chief’s post begins

Names of five contenders sent to the Union Public Service Commission
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Fishermen upbeat after first voyage catch

Huge volume of brown shrimp captured post-ban period
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AICC general secretary arrives to resolve differences

AICC general secretary in-charge of Karnataka K.C. Venuopal arrived here on Tuesday to resolve differences among the Congress leaders in some districts.Mr. Venugopal’s meetings with district leaders a...
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Unused borewells pose grave threat to people

Over 50,000 defunct wells remain uncapped in Prakasam
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Escapee injured after being shot at as he attacks constable

In a police action on the outskirts of Kalaburagi on Tuesday morning, an undertrial, who escaped from Kalaburagi Central Prison last year, was shot at and injured, even as a police constable suffered ...
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Court wants government to prohibit formation of teachers’ unions

Says recalcitrant elements abusing membership of associations
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Governor urged to sack Mysuru varsity professor for ‘abusing’ PM

Shobha accuses him of violating conduct and civil service rules
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Four elephants electrocuted in Kodagu

Six jumbos killed by ‘accidental’ contact with wires in one month; forest department to call for underground cabling
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Stalin for CBI probe into sting operation

Links it to plea against confidence vote
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CPI(M) State secretary, others taken into custody in Prakasam

Party leaders protest against eviction of Dalits from land at Devarapalli
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Debts, poverty force farm family to plough field by itself

Members of a farm family that sold bullocks to clear debts are now forced to plough their fields themselves in Marganakoppa in Bailhongal taluk. Brothers Basavanneppa and Manjunath Hadgal are using th...
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Chaos at Kilpauk Medical College as sale of application forms begins

Counters had to be closed thrice to manage the crowd
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DMK, PMK demand inquiry into alleged gutkha payouts

Stalin wants suspension of all Police Commissioners concerned
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Parents held on charge of killing daughter

They were against her relationship with boy from another caste
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Cloth merchants protest against new tax regime

‘GST will affect the already struggling handloom sector workers’
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‘YSRC behind campaign against WB loan’

Inspection panel yet to take a view, says CRDA Commissioner
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Big gains, but joint statement gets a delicate balancing

Modi-Trump meeting exceeds expectations, and the language on Pakistan is the most direct yet asking the nation to ensure that its territory is not used for terrorism
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Farmers to shortly receive insurance amount under Fasal Bima Yojana

Centre released ₹172 crore to Dharwad district for kharif crop loss last year, says Pralhad Joshi
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Hashmi returns Minority Rights Award over mob killings

Social activist says NCM has “lost all its credibility”
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Cooperative bank loan waiver expected to help 1.8 lakh farmers

Those who have repaid their loans will not get any benefits from the scheme
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Search for boy continues

A seven-year-old boy fell into an overflowing open drain at Santraswadi locality in Kalaburagi on Monday evening following heavy rainfall and got washed away. Various agencies conducted search operati...
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‘Waive nationalised bank loans’

The members of the district unit of the Rajya Raitha Sangha and Hasiru Sene took out a procession and staged a dharna outside the Deputy Commissioner’s office here on Tuesday urging the State governme...
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Naidu launches MSME corporation

‘There will not be any upward revision of power tariff’
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‘Science City land issue will be settled’

Hike in demand for houses for the poor will be taken up with CM, says KEK
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₹20 crore idol theft: Plea seeks action against police officials

Court orders appearance of IG, Idol Wing
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Change of guard at ATS

Air Commodore Arun Bhaskar Gupta became the first Air Officer Commanding (AOC) to head the Airmen Training School of the Indian Air Force in Belagavi after its leadership position was upgraded. The AO...
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‘DCCB to expedite loans to farmers’

Chairman suspension revoked, resumes charge
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Ready to migrate to calendar year: Yanamala

Allocations to be cleared by December to facilitate move
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Work on Indira canteens fast-tracked for Independence Day launch

Each of the 198 wards in Bengaluru to have a canteen
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BJP candidates for Assembly election to be chosen after survey

B.S. Yeddyurappa, BJP State president, has said the selection of candidates for the ensuing elections to the Assembly will be done based on the report of a survey yet to be carried out by the party.Re...
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Two editors move High Court against Assembly’s one-year prison sentence

Assembly resolution is an ‘abuse of process of law’, say the petitioners
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Advocate files complaint against IPS officers for ‘appointing orderlies’

The government issued an order in March scrapping the orderly system
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CBI probe into land scams demanded

Opposition to petition Rajnath Singh
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Railway viaduct wears a new look

13-arch architecture marvel at Aryankavu strengthened to run broad gauge trains
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Probe on to track how Suni got cellphone

In view of the seizure of a mobile phone and SIM card allegedly used by ‘Pulsar’ Suni, key accused in the assault and sexual abuse of a female actor, the district jail authorities in Kakkanad have lau...
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A local body initiative to showcase flora and fauna

It is an innovative venture by a local panchayat in Kannur to create awareness on the diverse flora and fauna in the region among the public, especially the new generation.The Chapparappadavu grama p...
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Network issues hamper geo-tagging electoral rolls

ECI’s purification of voter information underway
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Actor may move legally against defamatory remarks

Says baseless allegations pained her
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Kerala turns ‘unsafe’ for captive elephants

Death toll reaches 14 this year, four die in past three weeks
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Village assistant surrenders

He is an accused in a case of suicide by a settler farmer in Kozhikode
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Six train passengers robbed

Miscreants serve them a soft drink mixed with sedative and get away with ₹27,000
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Adilabad witnesses sharp rise in alcoholism

Sale increases from ₹ 514 cr in 2012-13 to ₹ 759 cr in 2016-17
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Foreign nationals can now train with NIOS to be yoga teachers

Anybody who has passed Class 12 & is above 18 can enrol
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HC takes serious note of sand lorries parked on highways

Orders surprise inspection of a 10-km stretch in Karur district
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VHP leader gets bail in Gulbarg case

Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Atul Vaidya, who was convicted in the Gulbarg Society massacre case of the 2002 Gujarat riots, has been granted bail by the Gujarat High Court.Vaidya was convicted a...
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Hizbul Mujahideen’s funding will taper off, says Home Secretary

Says Salahuddin’s movements will now be restricted
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Threat to Amarnath yatra

‘Highest level’ of security mobilised after intelligence warning
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Northeast still under flood fury

With the flood situation in Assam and Mizoram still grim, officials in other northeastern States are on red alert since water levels in major rivers may increase any time with the rains. As Assam is ...
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Yogi Adityanath’s Janata Darbar continues to draw people

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s Janata Darbar continues to draw people from across the State in search of succour
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Gujarat textile traders go on strike over GST

More than one lakh textile traders in Gujarat have started a three-day strike against imposition of 5 % tax under the soon-to-be-introduced Goods and Services Tax (GST) in Gujarat.In textile hub Surat...
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HC stays BCI decision on allowing admissions to law courses

Says a judgement passed by a court of law cannot be superseded
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State should solve Gorkhaland issue: Kailash Vijayvargiya

Kailash Vijayvargiya, BJP general secretary in charge of West Bengal, said on Tuesday that the party did not favour a separate Gorkhaland.“The BJP is not in favour of a Gorkha State, but we do want th...
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GJM supporters intensify protests

Copies of GTA agreement burnt in Darjeeling; Mamata holds meetings in Kolkata
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Rise in crocodile nestings in Odisha elates ecologists

Forest officials spot 80 nests in wild habitats this year, say there could be more
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‘Beijing in bid to exert itself’

Spike in breach after Dalai Lama’s visit
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Nathu La pass closure: Is China sending out a strong signal?

According to military sources, soldiers of both sides are in a stand-off along the Sikkim border for the past few days.
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A fight of ideologies, says Meira Kumar

Calls for a united Opposition and appeals to the electoral college to ‘heed the inner voice of conscience’
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Andhra Pradesh to go digital to secure ancient icons

Idols stolen from a museum in Prakasam district lacked accurate records
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Search for SPC gathers pace

Loknath Behera, Jacob Thomas, Rishi Raj Singh, A.K. Sinha among shortlisted
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Fever claims more lives in State

Eight deaths reported; 23,633 persons seek treatment at various hospitals
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Heavy rain lashes State, triggers landslips

Collectors put on alert as govt gears up for disaster mitigation; holiday in several districts
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HC says it lacks expertise in ‘complex’ issue of water use

Dismisses plea to ban supply of Tamirabarani water to industries
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No Muslim involved in attack on BJP functionary: Police

Not satisfied with investigation, says BJP leader
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Heavy rain in catchments raises Periyar level by one foot

Though huge quantum of water is discharged from the dam, it has not reached Vaigai dam
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Indrani Mukherjea moves CBI court, alleges she was beaten up in jail

Days after Manjula Shette, an inmate allegedly died due to custodial torture in Byculla prison, Indrani Mukerjea, accused of killing her daughter Sheena Bora and lodged in the same prison, alleges she...
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50 kudimaramathu works to be taken up in Dindigul district

Collector says farmers can lift 6.80 lakh cubic metres of alluvial soil from waterbodies
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Netherlands is India’s natural partner: Narendra Modi

Describing the Netherlands as India’s “natural partner” in its economic development, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said the bilateral ties with the country’s major trading partner will grow...
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‘War room’ set up to deal with GST crises

Officers will assist in resolving GST-related queries
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Sabarimala security under scanner after mast issue

Lack of coordination between the police and TDB to the fore
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‘Transgenders make Kochi metro trendy’

They need more welfare: Isaac
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Ayazuddin Patel only artist from Karnataka to participate in international art camp in Europe

National Lalit Kala Akademi Awardee and noted artist Mohammed Ayazuddin Patel will be participating in the 5th International Cultural-Artistic Event, a fortnight exhibition of painting and workshop-c...
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When Ajit Doval saved Modi from embarrassment at White House

When wind swept away some pages of Modi’s remarks at the White House, the NSA rushed to the PM’s rescue
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Omar Abdullah visits residence of DSP killed by mob

National Conference (NC) working president Omar Abdullah on Tuesday visited the residence of a senior police officer, who was killed by a mob outside Jamia Masjid in Srinagar, and demanded swift acti...
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Boy slips into borewell in Satara, dies

A five-year-old boy who accidentally fell into an open borewell in a village in Satara district in Western Maharashtra died in the wee hours of Tuesday despite frenetic efforts to rescue him.Mangesh ...
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Cruise policy next month, India to attract 700 vessels: Gadkari

The idea is to put India on the global cruise map which is seen to create about 2.5 lakh jobs and boost growth
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Four wild elephants electrocuted in Kodagu

Four wild elephants came into contact with a high tension wire at Ammathi vontiangadi village in Virajpet taluk of Kodagu district on Tuesday and were instantly electrocuted. This is the second such i...
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Modi's 'mitron'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'mitron' from all over the world are no strangers to his displays of affection. Mr. Modi is known for warm greeting of world leaders, be it in the country or abroad. Here are some instances where he built a personal rapport.
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Change of guard at Airmen Training School in Belagavi

Air Commodore Arun Bhaskar Gupta became the first Air Officer Commanding to head the Airmen Training School of the Indian Air Force in Belagavi after its leadership position was upgraded. Commodore G...
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Rijiju terms Delhi club shunting out Meghalaya woman as “racial discrimination”

How can you discriminate with someone on the basis of their attire, was the junior minister’s reaction on Delhi Golf Club denying entry to a Khasi woman for wearing traditional attire.
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Three Hindu Yuva Vahini activists arrested on rape charge

The Uttar Pradesh police arrested three activists of the Hindu Yuva Vahini (HYV), an organisation formed by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, on charges of gang rape and beating a police officer in Bare...
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Policeman injured during operation to nab undertrial on run

A police constable sustained injuries when his team was trying to nab an undertrail who had escaped from the Kalaburagi Central Prison last year. Acting on a tip-off, a team of police personnel from ...
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Will contest Presidential election on plank of democratic values: Meira Kumar

Opposition presidential candidate Meira Kumar on Tuesday said she would contest the polls on the plank of democratic values, inclusiveness, social justice and destruction of caste structure.Ms. Kumar...
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Top 10 takeaways from Modi’s U.S. visit

There were several crucial outcomes of the three-day trip, and here are the top highlights
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Gulbarg society massacre convict Atul Vaidya gets bail

VHP leader Atul Vaidya, who was convicted in Gulbarg society massacre case of 2002 riots, has been granted bail by Gujarat High Court. Vaidya was convicted and sentenced to seven years imprisonment i...
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Who is Syed Salahuddin, and why is he designated as a ‘global terrorist’?

Syed Salahuddin, whom the United Stated has designated as a “global terrorist”, is the ‘supreme commander’ of Kashmiri militant outfit Hizb-ul-Mujahideen.A statement released by the U.S. Department of...
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